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These organizations teach you how to network with others, connect your co-curriculars with your career or major, and build your professional development.
AletheiaThe purpose of this organization is to provide students who are interested in philosophy and general scholarly enhancement with a forum for meeting with one another outside of class and asking questions in order to expand the capacity of the human mind. Each meeting will enrich the member with various skills through intellectually stimulating discussions, such as the following: logic, argumentation and debate, and critical thinking.
Alpha Psi Omega Theater Honorary SocietyAlpha Psi Omega is a theatre honorary society for the purpose of providing acknowledgement to those demonstrating a high standard of theatre and providing a wider fellowship for those interested in theatre.
American Marketing Association Collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association is organized to:
Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society Xi Tau ChapterBeta Beta Beta functions as an honor and professional society for students, particularly undergraduates, of the biological sciences. Its activities stimulate interest, scholarly attainment and investigation in the biological sciences. It promotes the dissemination of information and new interpretations among students of the life sciences through research, teaching, and volunteering on campus and in the community.
Capital University Accounting Association CUAA wishes to provide students with the opportunity to learn more about the accounting field as well as network with accounting professionals.
Capital University Chemistry ClubCapital's Chemistry Club furthers the academic, professional and social lives of chemistry majors and minors while promoting service to our campus and community. We work in conjunction with Tri-Beta and the Life Science Organization, in many cases, to present chemistry demonstrations and provide other service opportunities to our members.
Capital University Debate Team We want to empower Capital Debaters with the tools necessary to be successful in any professional field by becoming exemplary researchers, analysts, decision-makers, leaders, and communicators.
Capital University Education Society The Education Society is a campus organization for education majors that provides them with opportunities for professional development. Through our events we strive to provide students with practical tips and experience that will help them to become better teachers.
Capital University Sports ManagementMission Statement: The mission of the Capital University Society of Sport Management shall be to enhance the student experience by
Capital University Student Art Therapy AssociationThe Capital University Student Art Therapy Association provides students with opportunities to learn from Art Therapists at symposiums and to interact with various populations through art activities. CUSATA members can create art during meetings, visit galleries, paint the Student Union window for events and holidays, volunteer to facilitate art activities for various Columbus area groups, and participate in campus events. This organization is open to anyone who has an interest in art and/or art therapy.
Capital University Student Athletic Training ClubThe mission of the organization shall be to academically and to socially unify the students involved in Capital University's Athletic Training Education Program, as well as other undergraduate university students interested in Capital University Athletic Training Education Program or the athletic training profession. These individuals will be brought together through activities which will encourage scholarship, professional development, social interaction, and community service related events related to the field of athletic training.
Capital University Student Nurses Association CUSNA (Capital University Student Nurses Association) connects nursing students with each other to share advice, lend support and provide tips on how to make the most of your experience with the nursing program. CUSNA also reaches out to the community and supports different events throughout the year. To learn more about CUSNA and to find out when the next meeting is, visit their Facebook page.
Council for Exceptional Children The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is an international professional development organization for educators. Members receive numerous benefits, including a subscription to two scholarly journals with the latest developments in the fields of intervention and gifted education. As a student chapter on campus, our mission is to promote the dignity and worth of all individuals through advocacy and inclusiveness.
Creative Writing ClubNo description available.
Kappa PiThe Kappa Pi Chapter serves many purposes. Its objectives span from the promotion of art education/enlightenment to organizing people with an interest in art for informal social gatherings, as well as for service and community related projects.
Life Science OrganizationThe Life Sciences Organization is a group that welcomes all majors and has an emphasis on services and science development. We participate in many service projects through the year, as well as help our members explore various professional programs. We also have a social aspect where we organize activities on and off campus including an annual white rafting trip.
Mathematical Association of AmericaThe mission of Ohio chapter of the MAA is to integrate universities, students, and professors together in discussion and presentation of current mathematical practices. This is done through research opportunities, conferences, and papers. The MAA at Capital University has a mission of connecting students and faculty through social events, research opportunities, talks, and also advertises students in the math, computer science, and natural science fields of networking events and job opportunities.
Pi Sigma Alpha-Phi Epsilon ChapterPi Sigma Alpha Phi Epsilon chapter works to advance the national organization's goals to promote excellence in academic and professional fields by encouraging student's academic achievements and honoring commitment to public service.
Pre-Dental AssociationPre Dental Association's main goal is to prepare our members for dental school. This is done through advice from experienced upperclassman and through informational panels about dental schools.
Pre-Law Society Pre-Law Society strives to connect undergraduate students with leaders and opportunities in the legal community by developing articulate writing and fostering free expressions of open debate on the most pressing legal matters of our time.
Psi Chi International Honor Society in PsychologyPsi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology. This organization unites leading pyschology majors and minors with each other as well as other resources at the national level.
Public Relations Student Society of America Capital PRSSA is a pre-professional organization that adheres to the purposes and standards of the national Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) in its identity as: the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. We seek to advance the public relations profession by nurturing generations of future professionals. We advocate rigorous academic standards for public relations education, the highest ethical principles and diversity in the profession (as stated on www.prssa.org).
Sigma Tau Delta - English Honors SocietySigma Tau Delta believes in empowering people of all walks of life with the life-transforming skills of deep reading, powerful writing, and persuasive rhetoric. We are an honors society dedicated to benefiting our campus community and the Columbus area.
Student Social Work Association The Student Social Work Association is for social work majors and minors; we act to bridge the gap between academic knowledge and the application within the profession. The organization provides an opportunity for students to be involved in social work activities and service projects as well as encouraging students to be involved in professional organizations, such as the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). The SSWA sponsors various activities on campus and within the community, as well as advocacy initiatives on behalf of meaningful causes.